2005 Coaches
Scott Tucker, Head Coach

Scott Tucker enters his fourth year at the helm of the Limestone Women's Lacrosse Team. He currently holds a limestone record of 32-13 and a career record of 53-23. Limestone has seen significant improvement under Tucker since his first year in 2002 when they went 7-6. In 2003 they drastically improved to 12-3 narrowly missing their first ever NCAA birth. Limestone set numerous team records including most goals in a season and most wins in a season. Tucker was also nominated for D2 Coach of the Year as they were the most improved women's lacrosse team in D2.

The 2004 season was another record setting year as the Saints again broke the team record for most wins in a season with 13 victories. With those victories came the 222 goals, which broke the school's record for the second consecutive season. As a result the Saint's finished the CVAC Conference regular season undefeated and made their first appearance in the NCAA Semifinals in Orlando, Florida. Coach Tucker received CVAC Coach of the Year honors in 2004 and was once again nominated for DII coach of the year.

Prior to Limestone, Tucker spent 2 years as the head coach at Oswego State University. In those two years he compiled a record of 21-11.

Coach Tucker also guided his team into the SUNYAC championship game both years. Oswego made its historic first appearance into the NYS Lacrosse Tournament. In his first season at Oswego they won a program record 12 games and attained the record for most consecutive wins with 9. The Lakers ranked 8th and 12th out of 140 DIII teams in GAA on Defense in his two years.

In his five years as a head coach, Tucker has produced 5 All-Americans, 7 All-Region players, 10 All-Conference Players and 1 Freshman of the Year.

Michelle Lare, Interim Assistant Coach

Michelle Lare was a four-year starter for the Lady Saints from 2001-2004. Last season she led the Lady Saints to their first NCAA Division II Tournament appearance. Limestone finished the season ranked 3rd in the country, and Lare was awarded IWLCA 1st-team All-American honors. In 2004 Lare was also named team MVP, All-CVAC, 1st-team All-Region, and Womenslacrosse.com's Defender of the Year.

A native of Annapolis, Maryland, Lare won numerous accolades throughout her collegiate career. As a freshman she was named team Rookie of the Year. In her junior campaign she was named Inside Lacrosse 2nd-team All-American and Womenslacrosse.com 1st-team All-American.

Lare has had previous coaching experience in lacrosse camps at both Broadneck and Calvert High Schools in Maryland.